The MSc/PGDip in Dental Implantology
The MSc/PGDip in Dental Implantology course is aimed to equip dental clinicians with core clinical skills and competency in both the restorative and surgical aspects of implant dentistry, through a combination of clinical support and academic teaching in accordance with the GDP/FGDP training Standards in Implant Dentistry.
Why study at the Implant Centres of Excellence?
The ICE Postgraduate Dental Institute and Hospital has specifically designed this course to take away the stress of finding patients and provide a clinical mentor to help you complete your first few cases with confidence.
- Receive all the required patients, equipment, and mentorship needed to help you treat a diverse range of implant cases (minimum four patients) within your comfort zone
- Gain practical skills and competency in patient assessment, diagnosis, and treatment
- Learn with an evidence-based teaching approach, making it transferable to your clinic
- Study at a digital reference centre with purpose-built facilities in Manchester.
This is a three-year part-time MSc course, with the opportunity to step off with a postgraduate diploma (PGDip) after two years. Across the first two years, you will study four modules, which will cover the whole implant process in depth from treatment planning and implant placement to restoration.
For more information on the course please visit: icedentalimplants.co.uk/msc-in-dental-implantology.
Come to our open evening
Meet our current students and implant experts by attending our next open evening on the 2 May. This will feature a teaser lecture for the course and a tour of our cutting-edge facilities. If you would like to reserve a place, or find out about our other open evenings, please contact Pos, our marketing executive, on 0161 413 8336 or email [email protected].
How to apply
Applications are now open for our September 2018 entry.
If you would like to apply or ask any further information about the course please contact our education director, Dr Gillian Crofts on 0161 413 8335 or [email protected].